Barnes and Nobles Millbury, MA August 10, 2017, I will be hosting a genre writing and publishing panel discussion and Q&A with authors Tom Deady (Haven), Curtis M. Lawson (It's a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World), John M. McIlveen (Hannahwhere), Lisa Shea (Aspen Allegations) and Jason Parent (People of the Sun). If you love dark fiction or write dark fiction, don't miss your opportunity to find out about the new landscape of publishing and talk genre writing and books with some of the young guns of horror.
Barnes and Nobles Burlington, MA July 22, 2017. Meet and Greet with Andrew Boylan at 1:00 pm.
Barnes and Nobles Salem, NH Book Signing on Saturday July 1, 2017
Come out on 4th of July weekend to the Barnes and Nobles in Salem, New Hampshire to get your copy of Sacrifice signed by Andrew Boylan. There will be lots of sales that weekend too. Hope to meet lots of new people.
StockerCon April 27-30
Can't wait to meet more horror writers!
Los Angeles Book Fair on April 22, 2017
Come say hi at Booth 917! Look forward to meeting you!
Tom Deady has endured a long career as an IT professional but his passion has always been writing. His short fiction has appeared in anthologies such as Shades of Fear and X3, and was featured on the Dead Oaks Podcast. His debut novel, HAVEN, was released in 2016 by Cemetery Dance. His second novel, ETERNAL DARKNESS, was released earlier this year from Bloodshot Books. He has several works forthcoming in 2017.
Tom is a lifelong resident of Massachusetts, where is actively working on his next novel.
April Hawks is a coffee addict, a minecraft enthusiast and an avid reader. She has a zombie plan, but it is a preciously guarded secret. April's first publication was in Bleed from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing and several more short stories in anthologies. Her next publication will be in Northern Frights anthology. April's big projects in the works are a fantasy novel and a mystery novel. She can be found on Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, wordpress, pinterest and Instagram.
Andrew Boylan is the son of a multigenerational preaching family. Groomed for the pulpit, he fled west after four years at an Evangelical, Christian college. He roamed from Northern California to Kentucky, Wyoming to New Mexico in search of wild places and hunted for characters as far removed as he could find from his middle class, New England roots. Along the way he scribbled words on yellow legal pads, the margins of racing forms, in better times a MacBook Pro with enough processing power to take down the global economy. To make ends meet he washed pots and pans, poured drinks for tourists, researched crime for news outlets, and penned screenplays. After a dozen years on the road he got married, had kids, and returned to New England so his children would have something to rebel against. His debut novel is called Sacrifice.
Bracken MacLeod has worked as a martial arts teacher, a university philosophy instructor, for a children’s non-profit, and as a criminal and civil trial attorney. His short fiction has appeared in several magazines and anthologies including, Shotgun Honey, The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, Shroud Magazine, Reloaded: Both Barrels Vol. 2, Locked and Loaded: Both Barrels Vol. 3, Shock Totem, Beat to a Pulp, Dread: A Head Full of Bad Dreams, Eulogies III, Protectors 2: Heroes, LampLight, ThugLit, and Splatterpunk. He is the author of MOUNTAIN HOME, WHITE KNIGHT, and most recently, STRANDED, available from TOR Books. His collection, 13 VIEWS OF THE SUICIDE WOODS, is coming in March from ChiZine Publications, and JournalStone Press will release his new novel, COME TO DUST, in June.
He lives in New England with his wife and son, where he is at work on his next novel.
Morgan Sylvia is a writer, a metalhead, a coffee addict, a beer snob, an Aquarius, and a work in progress. A former obituarist, she lives in Maine and is now working as a full-time freelance writer. Her work has appeared in several anthologies, most recently in Wicked Witches. She also has stories in the forthcoming horror anthologies Twice Upon An Apocalypse and Northern Frights. In 2014, she released her first book, Whispers From The Apocalypse, an apocalyptic horror poetry collection. Her debut horror novel, Abode, will be released from Bloodshot Books later this year. You can follow her on Facebook, Amazon, Pinterest, Wordpress, or Twitter.
Pete Kahle is the author of the award-winning scifi/horror epic The Specimen. In April 2015, he founded Bloodshot Books, a small press dedicated to cross-genre fiction that mixes the best of horror, science fiction, mystery and thrillers. In October of that year, the anthology Not Your Average Monster was unleashed to universally excellent reviews. Volume 2 was released five months later to equally positive accolades.
In addition to original fiction, Bloodshot Books has launched the Second Sight line, an imprint dedicated to reprinting a number of classic horror novels from past decades or books previously only available in limited edition that deserve wider exposure.
Pete’s current project is Blood Mother, a stand-alone vampiric novel - without vampires - due out this summer, followed by the second and third books in the Specimen saga.
John M. McIlveen is the author of the paranormal suspense novel, HANNAHWHERE (Winner of the 2015 Drunken Druid Award (Ireland) for best novel and Nominee for the 2015 Bram Stoker Award (HWA) for First Novel.